• Margaret Thickstun

    Chair, Jane Watson Irwin Professor of Literature
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    literature in 17th-century England and Colonial America, particularly by women and by people writing on religious subjects
  • Anne Valente

    Associate Professor of Literature and Creative Writing, Director of Creative Writing
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    creative writing, novels and short stories, creative non-fiction, and 20th century American literature
  • Stephanie Bahr

    Associate Professor of Literature, Director of Medieval and Renaissance Studies
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  • Patrick Caoile

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature and Creative Writing
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    Creative writing, Asian American literature and media, Filipino American literature, the Gothic, pop culture
  • Naomi Guttman

    Jane D. and Ellis E. Bradford ’45 Distinguished Writing Chair
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    poetry and poetics; food writing; contemplative pedagogy; environmental and feminist literary study
  • Tina May Hall

    Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Literature and Creative Writing
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    creative writing, 20th-century literature, experimental women's writing, and postmodern gothic
  • Doran Larson

    Edward North Chair of Greek and Greek Literature and Professor of Literature and Creative Writing
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    20th-century American literature; the history of the Anglo-American novel; fiction writing; nonfiction writing and prison writing of the U.S., South Africa, and Ireland
  • Hoa Ngo

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature and Creative Writing
  • Vincent Odamtten

    William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Literature and Africana Studies
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    African literature with a focus of Ghanaian and women's literature; 20th-century Caribbean literature; African-American literature; science fiction; literary criticism; use of digital technology in the study of literature
  • Onno Oerlemans

    Elizabeth J. McCormack Professor of Literature
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    Romantic period literature; animals in literature; animal rights; nature writing – literature and environmentalism; cultural and political history of the Adirondack Park


Department Name

Literature and Creative Writing Department

Contact Name

Margie Thickstun

Office Location
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323

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